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This course will explore the anatomy, embryology, and functional movements of the abdominal viscera. It will explore visceral diagnosis and treatment from these various perspectives: biomechanical—relying on the gross anatomical relationships, biofunctional—relying on the various physiologic motilities, and biodynamic—relying on inherent motion and healing forces. This course will cover many intermediate and advanced topics. However, … Read More
Releasing the intracranial meninges is an essential and very powerful application for conditions such as motor vehicle accidents, concussion, strokes, chronic meningitis, surgeries, chronic headaches as well as for cerebral palsy, ASD, etc. It can be a challenging endeavor to work on every fiber of the intracranial meninges in 3-D. In this course, we will … Read More
The course directors for this event are R. Mitchell Hiserote, DO, Ray Hruby, DO, FAAO, MS, and Rebecca E. Giusti, DO.
The course director for this event is J. Yusuf Q. Erskine, DO.